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Wendi Mays has joined the Diverse team as the Digital & Webinar Business Development Manager. She has worked in marketing management for over 16 years, specializing in managing and producing webinars for the last 6 years. Wendi currently resides in Fairfax, Virginia.

The U.S. continues to lose ground to global rivals in educational attainment, the report, by the Lumina Foundation, shows.

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The government is offering a modest dose of good news for graduating seniors: The job market is brightening for new grads — a bit.

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Investigation shows Florida State University and Tallahassee cops botched case of rape suspect and Heisman winner Jameis Winston.

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AUSTIN, Texas—University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers said he was told that $325,000 in extra compensation he received while dean of the law school was properly authorized at the time even though a newspaper found no evidence that the chancellor ever signed off.

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Marcos Galizia has become the newest member of the Diverse team. He is the Junior Web Developer for Cox, Matthews, & Associates. He has been working as a freelance web designer for over five years and is a skilled computer operator with experience in managing data and reporting through the use of MS Excel software. […]

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The University of Utah will keep its “Ute” name for sports teams under a new agreement announced Tuesday with leaders of the Ute Indian Tribe that also provides increased recruiting and financial help for tribe members.

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The odds have long been stacked against students like those in Edward Ennels’ remedial math classes at Baltimore City Community College.

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Too often in the last decade, the spending by colleges and universities for new jobs and the like has either stayed steady or gone down. That is, except for sports.

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Vice President Joe Biden announced a new initiative Monday, called The Registered Apprenticeship College Consortium, which will give students credit for job-training apprenticeships.

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